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Will Hetherington (Gundog Journal) with winner Miss L Michie - Working Dog Certificate presentation on the second day of Crufts 2020.
Crufts is the world's greatest dog show and this year will see more than 21,000 healthy, happy dogs competing for the coveted Best in Show title as well as taking part in the many other competitions that take place at the show, from Agility and Flyball to the hero dog competition Eukanuba Friends for Life and Scruffts Family Crossbreed of the Year. Crufts 2020 runs from the 5th to the 8th March at the NEC, Birmingham.
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Laying Down the Law
Landseer helped popularise anthropomorphism in art and this is a copy of one of his best-known examples. Sometimes called Trial by Jury, the Poodle was owned by Count D'Orsay and has been identified as playing the role of Lord Brougham. Landseer's painting was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1840 and aquired by the 6th Duke of Devonshire, who had his own Blenheim Spaniel, Bony, inserted behind the Greyhound, as can be seen in this later copy
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Fox Terriers at Newstead Abbey
Oil on canvas 35 x 27.5 ins
This painting was completed for the 6th Duchess of Newcastle in c. 1870. A composite picture, it is reasonable to assume that not all the dogs with still alive when it was painted. Historically important, it shows 31 dogs at a transitional time for the Fox Terrier when it was moving from being purely a hunt terrier to one of a show dog as well. Trimmer, the dog to the right of the rabbits, was the first Fox Terrier to win a prize at any British Dog show
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